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This Preschool Weekly Planner Template is the best. It’s the perfect way to organize your time and stay on top of your child’s daily needs and activities as well. If you’re ready to get organized fast, you can’t go wrong with this awesome and user-friendly weekly planner.
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Can we all just admit that trying to balance it all is hard? Like super hard? And while I’d like to say it gets easier as the kids get older, that is really the truth at all. Mostly the schedules get more chaotic and more crazy and it’s just the way that life goes.
But if you’re ready to take charge and get organized, I highly recommend using this planner to do so. It’s literally a breath of fresh air and so easy to use.
Preschool Weekly Planner Template
If you’re in the market for a quick and easy way to organize everything going on, it’s time to take charge and make it happen. I love that I can stay organized and have everything written down all in one place. I’ve noticed that my brain just feels so much better once I sit down for the day and use this template. It helps me stay on top of my game!
Since we’re halfway through the year, what better time than to start now? Sometimes it can be super hard to get organized and ready for the day and this simple planner can help you find peace of mind. It’s an easy way to organize your day and to help your preschooler stay organized as well.
The Importance of Structure
The reason that this Preschool Weekly Planner Template works is that it gives structure to your day. When you know what you’re doing for the day, it’s so much easier to get motivated to make it happen.
I have to admit that I’m guilty of that. I often have days where I don’t know what I’m doing and where I’m going and I’ve been so thankful for things such as this to make me feel a bit saner.
Because when I feel sane and organized, it helps the kids feel sane and organized as well. There are days when we’re running all over the place and having a planner keeps all of us on track.
What this planner includes
As you can see, this planner basically provides you to structure out the day for your preschooler. You can write down the books that you’re going to read, the activities that you’re going to do, and even customize it more than that to get prepared for the day.
This means that you have the ability to customize it to be whatever you need it to be in a short amount of time. Make certain that you really make it your own so that you want to use it and stick with it.
How to fill out the template
This is really up to you. You can sit down and fill it out for the week or do it day by day. I’m more of a day-by-day person so I find myself doing it at the end of the night to better prepare for the day.
The main thing is that you sit down and fill it out. As long as you make a habit of filling it out, you’ll be good to go. The more you do it, the more you’ll love it!
And even if you forget a day or two, remember to give yourself grace. It’s a simple thing to overlook until you get used to doing it daily.
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I’ve designed this planner to be functional and easy for you to use. I’ve broken it down and left big spaces for you to fill in all the blanks. I’ve done this because I know that somedays, there is a lot of stuff happening that needs to be filled in.
I’ve also created a section that you can add goals and books that you want to read as well. I hope that you take advantage of the book section as it’s one of my favorite parts!
Speaking of books…here are some great books that I highly recommend reading. They’re full of knowledge and are good reads for moms. If you’re looking for some good books about teaching your child or being there for your child, check out these great resources below.
This list of books need to be added to your radar asap.
Homeschool Planning Guide for the Unorganized Mom: An easy-to-follow plan for successful homeschooling when you don’t even know where to startThe Brave Learner: Finding Everyday Magic in Homeschool, Learning, and LifeThe Read-Aloud Family: Making Meaningful and Lasting Connections with Your KidsThe Well-Trained Mind: A Guide to Classical Education at HomeA Charlotte Mason Companion: Personal Reflections on the Gentle Art of LearningThe Call of the Wild and Free: Reclaiming Wonder in Your Child’s Education
Make certain to check out my Weekly Planner for Kindergarten as well!
Does setting a schedule really matter?
It does. There are so many benefits to setting a schedule. It’s an easy way to plan the day. It’s a simple way to stay on track. And it’s a super simple way to show everyone else in the household that it’s time to keep a schedule and plan as well.
I like having a schedule for those reasons but I also like it for the purpose of just helping me not forget things. I’m not saying that mom brain is a real thing but I’m not saying it isn’t either. There are days when I find myself feeling very scattered and the thought that I have all my must-do’s written down keeps me calm.
If you’re ready to join in and get organized and plan out the day, come join in on the fun. I really think that you’ll like how this simple planner is set up and organized for use.
Keep in mind that I made it in a way that gives you the room to be flexible in setting it up however you want. Fill in the spaces with items that you know you need to get done with the kids for the day and use it in whatever way works best for you.
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